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    The image is of a Frozen Lake surface in Ulster County, New York. As the lake froze, beavers broke through the thin ice creating cracks which then froze more deeply creating images of trees in a misty forest. The image was completed when snow blew onto the ice giving the appearance of clouds and a three dimensional effect. The scratches are from my ice skates during a break in an ice hockey game.
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    I am drawn to this image because it makes me feel like you have mapped the landscape with your own latitude lines. A cartographer of your own world.

    Erika Larsen
    National Geographic Photographer
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    Date Uploaded: Jan 28, 2015
    Location: Ulster Heights, New York, United States
    Camera: OLYMPUS CORPORATION X400,D580Z,C460Z
    Focal Length: 5.8 mm
    Shutter Speed: 1/125 sec
    Aperture: f/3.1
    ISO: 50
    Copyright: © David Smith
    Categories: Abstract, Black and White, Landscapes
    Assignments: Tree of Life